Ayşe is a photographer, producer, and cinematographer. Her work thematically focuses on social justice, revolutionary futurisms, and human rights.
Ayşe is a 2020 Las Fotos Project, The Photo Awards "Advocacy" nominee; 2019 Lucie Foundation "Photo Taken, Emerging Scholarship" nominee; and her work was featured at the immersive We Rise Art Gallery in Los Angeles alongside artists Shepard Fairey, Cannupa Hanska Luger, and Favianna Rodriguez. She has directed social impact content for brands and organizations alike, ranging from La Mer to Indigenous Environmental Network, and has contributed cinematography to the critically acclaimed documentary, Alice Street Film.
Ayşe is a Diversify Photo "Up Next" member, and a member of the Authority Collective. She is currently working on a short film on an Indigenous-led kelp initiative, which centers on climate adaptation, Indigenous rights, and new regenerative economies.
Digital storytelling is one of the most powerful and engaging tools of our time to build beyond walls – a world where the rights and dignity of all communities are respected.